Death: July 21, 1806, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
Age 90. His grave, along with many others, was relocated to Hope Cemetery c. 1878 from the Mechanic St. Burial Ground in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts
Burial: Hope Cemetery, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA
In Memory of James Trowbridge died July,21,1806. Age 90. He was relocated to Hope Cemetery, Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1878 from Mechanic St. Burial Ground in downtown Wocester, Massachusetts. Photo provided by Jim Sanders at Findagrave.com.
In 1675 he succeeded John Jackson as deacon of the church and during the same year was commissioned lieutenant of the Cambridge Foot Company, which position he held for many years. He a selectman, Magistrate, representative to the General Court, and clerk of writs.
Source: Library of Congress "Genealogy of the Trowbridge Family" Page 157. Parents: Thomas TROWBRIDGE and Elizabeth MARSHALL.
Spouse: Margaret JACKSON. James TROWBRIDGE and Margaret JACKSON were married on 30 Jan 1674 in Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.11,166 Children were: Experience TROWBRIDGE, Thomas TROWBRIDGE, Deliverance TROWBRIDGE, James TROWBRIDGE, William TROWBRIDGE, Abigail TROWBRIDGE, Increase TROWBRIDGE, Caleb TROWBRIDGE, Mary TROWBRIDGE, TROWBRIDGE, James TROWBRIDGE, William TROWBRIDGE.
Spouse: . James TROWBRIDGE and Margaret ATHERTON were married on 30 Dec 1659 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA.166,1300 Children were: Elizabeth TROWBRIDGE, Mindwell TROWBRIDGE, John TROWBRIDGE, Margaret TROWBRIDGE, Thankful TROWBRIDGE, Mary TROWBRIDGE, Hannah TROWBRIDGE.
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Bio from F. B. Trowbridge book"James Trowbridge learned the trade of a wood turner in his native town, Newton, Mass., and inherited from the estate of his maternal grandmother the shop, tools, and the timber in the shop, formerly owned by his grandfather. Soon after his marriage he sold his shop and removed to Worcester, Mass., where he was engaged in farming the remainder of his life. He bought in 1739 from Matthew Clark for 360 Pounds the latter's farm of 60 acres in the southwesterly part of the town, afterwards adding many acres by purchase from other parties. He was a well-known and respected resident of Worcester. He held the office of tax collector in 1784. The section of the town where he lived came to be called Trowbridgeville, by which name it is still known, although none of his descendants live on the old homestead." FROM: F. B. Trowbridge. "History of the Trowbridge Family in America", (New Haven, CT: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Co.,1908) , p. 512.
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